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May 08, 1992 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-05-08

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• Mandarin
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NOW OPEN 7 DATSHI

WELCOME TO MOTHER AND HER FAMILY Vf.
MOTHER'S DAY
SUNDAY r-EZ

LOrtr5 OARDEN

Michigan's Newest Oriental Restaurant
3950 14 MILE RD. CORNER HAGGERTY (In The Newberry Shopping Center

7COUPON r

20%
OFF
LUNCH & DINNER



With This Coupon

Effective 5-11-92
• 1 Coupon Per Person (Limit 2 People) • Expires 5-31-92
LI Not Good With Any Other Promotions

US GARDEN FEATURES

CREATE YOUR OWN PLATTER.
CHOOSE FROM A WIDE
SELECTION OF ENTREES AND
ANY OF THREE DIFFERENT
VEGETABLES.

960-7666

I LUNCH SPECIALS Starting At $3.50

-

HEALTH CONSCIOUS:

$4.00 WITH SOUP

DINNER SPECIALS Starting At $ 5.50

NOW OPEN 7 DAYS!!
Mon.-Thurs. 11:30 a.m.-9:30 p.m.
Fri. & Sat. 11:30 ah.-10:30 p.m.
Sun. 12:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.

SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNT

CHOOSE ANY DISH FROM
OUR MENU OR CREATE YOUR
OWN WITHOUT SODIUM,
STARCH OR MSG EGG WHITES
USED ON FRIED RICE ITEMS.
DINE IN & CARRY-OUT
ASK YOUR SERVER.
American Menu Also

10% AT ALL TIMES

Available

Our Waitstaff Is Trained To Assist You.

Dan Almagor and Rivka Raz

Master Card

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OUR STIR•FRIED & DEEP-FRIED DISHES MADE ONLY WITH NO CHOLESTEROL VEGETABLE OIL

ENJOY MOTHER'S DAY, MAY 10 AT

DELICATESSEN
RESTAURANT
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On the West Side

Regional Italian Cuisine

SPECIAL MOTHER'S DAY MENU

12 Noon to 8 p.m.

CHOICE OF ENTREE! COMPLETE MEAL
FROM APPETIZER TO DESSERT!
$ 1 Jr
$895 Under 12

WITH Call for Reservations
THIS
AD
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I TO CELEBRATE THE PRE GRAND OPENING I
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IS OFFERING

$1 00 OFF

ANYDAY ON OUR

FAMOUS REGULAR WHITE FISH AND
ALMOND BONELESS CHICKEN DINNERS

(Our Whitefish is from Winnepeg, Canada)
• Expires 5-24-92
• NOT GOOD MOTHER'S DAY
MN MN NM MN ON
NM 110

ANY
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Dine in or Carry out
With Coupon Exp. 6-15-92
Only 1 coupon necessary per table

35572 Grand River
Farmington Hills, MI 48335
At Drake Rd.
In The Muirwood Square
Shopping Center

476-1190

Fax 476-1417

HOURS:
Mon.-Thurs. 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Friday 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Saturday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Sunday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Sepharad '92 Event
Set At Adat Shalom

Playwright and raconteur
Dan Almagor and Rivka Raz,
Israel's "first lady of the
musical theatre," will present
"Sepharad '92" 7:30 p.m. May
17 at Congregation Adat
Shalom.
The original musical por-
trayal of the glory and the
pain of our Spanish Jewish
ancestors will be illustrated
with slides. It is sponsored by
the synagogue's Adult Study
Commission and chaired- by
Nancy Handelman and Paul
Magy.
Dan Almagor has appeared
in many musical plays. Six of
his productions are based on
the writings of Sephardi
Hebrew poets, and many of
his articles study the cultural

heritage of the Sephardim.
Rivka Raz has starred in
Dan Almagor's Hebrew pro-
ductions of My Fair Lady and
The King and I. Born to a
Jerusalem Sephardi family,
and speaking fluent Ladino,
Ms. Raz also starred in a
Hebrew musical written by
Israel's fifth president, Itzhak
Navon.
Ms. Raz will be accom-
panied by her son, Zachi Raz,
a graduate of the Berkelee
College of Music and the
Juilliard School of Music.
"Sepharad '92" is open to
the community; there is no
charge. Tickets may be ob-
tained at the synagogue of-
fice. For information, please
call the synagogue 851-5100.

Ron Rifkin's Hats
On TV And Broadway

MICHAEL ELKIN

Special to The Jewish News

R

on Rifkin is a man of
many hats.
Wearing a kipah as
the head of the public
defender's office on CBS-
- TV's "The Trials of Rosie
O'Neill," Rifkin's
benevolent Ben Meyer is the
first such attired ongoing
character — a proudly
observant Jew — to appear
in TV series history.
Meanwhile, on stage every
night in The Substance of
Fire, Mr. Rifkin's combusti-
ble Isaac Geldhart is more
observer than participant in
life, a publisher of Jewish
literature making book that
the guilt he suffers as a
Holocaust survivor will dic-

Michael Elkin is the enter-
tainment editor of the Jewish
Exponent in Philadelphia.

tate which works his small
company need publish.
With such current films as
JFK and Shadows and Fog to
his credit, Ron Rifkin has
become quite the star —
after a fashion. Indeed, all
this success comes just as he
and his wife gave up their
family fashion business of
designing coats.
"We're not doing that
anymore," says Mr. Rifkin of
the business both had been
involved in for the past six
years.
Not that Mr. Rifkin had
designs on fashion as a
lifetime commitment. It was
a business where he could
hang his hat when the ac-
ting roles weren't rolling in.
Indeed, the two closed the
business because of Mr.
Rifkin's ongoing success.
"All I've ever done or want-
ed to do is act," says Mr.

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